Common Mistakes while Writing a Marketing proposal (MKT619)

A MKT619 research proposal is planned to encourage others that you have a worthwhile research project and that you have the proficiency and the work-plan to complete it. Generally, a research proposal should contain all the key elements concerned in the research process and include enough information for the readers to evaluate the proposed study.

Common Mistakes while Writing a Marketing proposal

  1. A general topic is selected which is often NOT related to area of specialization
    (marketing)
  2. A well known company/brand is NOT usually chosen
  3. The specific and appropriate format of project/dissertation is NOT followed
  4. Copied/plagiarized work is provided
  5. The objectives are not related to the topic, are ambiguous, or incomplete.
  6. The primary and secondary data sources mentioned by the students are wrong
  7. Students Cannot provide proper context to frame the research.
  8. Studetns failure to delimit the boundary of research

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